TikTok video creates suspicious policeman's new video viral, 'Hey those who burn!'

TikTok video creates suspicious policeman's new video viral, 'Hey those who burn!'

           Police officer Samitya Chaudhary, who created a stamp video in the police station in Gujarat, has been suspended. Suspended, Shabita Chaudhary has become a stamp star. By tomorrow, they had 14 thousand fans. Today they have more than 35 thousand fans.

          The new video viral of Sussex policeman who created the TikTok video, said - 'Hey those who ...'
Suspended policeman, who created the TikTok video, the new video of Alpita Chaudhary, has been suspended in Alpita Chaudhari, a policeman who created a stamp video in the police station in Virgajjar. Arpita Chaudhary, posted in the Lok Rakshak Dal (LRD) at the Langanaj police station in Mehsana district, made a short video clip while dancing in front of the women's policeman lockup. His dance became so viral that it was seen everywhere. This video was circulated on Facebook, WattsApp and Twitter. Suspended, Shabita Chaudhary has become a stamp star. By tomorrow, they had 14 thousand fans. Today they have more than 35 thousand fans.
TikTok video creates suspicious policeman's new video viral, 'Hey those who burn!'

Due to this VIDEO, the female policeman of Gujarat was singing in the police station on the song of Salman

His video was viral. In which Amitya Chaudhary is seen dancing on Salman Khan's 'Kick' movie 'Tu Thy Tu'. This video was removed from Takata by Altaita, but before that the video has been viral.

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